—- Two Wheel modes —-
The wheel can be visualized in Major or Minor mode.
—- ChordWheel (circle of fifths) —-
– The red rectangle indicates the relative major.
– The blue rectangle indicates the root note. It changes when you selects the scale.
– The shadow hidden the all chords that are not availables for your selection.
– A signature of the scale is showed at the center of wheel.
– When the center of wheel is touched the selection are cleaned.
—- Transpose —-
Easy transposing. You can click on any area of the wheel, and it highlighted the possible chords.
—- Scales (modes) —-
– Ionian (Major)
– Aeolian (Minor)
—- Chords —-
Many diatonic chords are available. You can press over the chord-results to change.
– Major 7th
– Major 9th
– Major 11th
– Major 13th
– Dominant 7th
– Minor 7th
– Minor 9th
– Minor 11th
– Minor 6th
—- Three result types —-
The chords can be visualized in keyboard or guitar or hybrid mode.
—- Customizable guitar views —-
The results in guitar mode can be customized.
– You can change the guitar-tuning using any templates or selecting the note for each string.
– Tuning-templates for guitar, ukelele, violin, viola and banjo are available.
– You can select the Left-handed mode to flip horizontally the results.
—- Sounds —-
The sound of chords can be played when you touch any chord.
—- Sharp(＃) or Flat(♭) —-
You can view the results as sharp or flat or automatic mode.